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Cosmetic Teeth Whitening

Cosmetic dental procedures have come a long way. In our society, appearance means everything. Your smile is one of the first things people will notice about you. Are you unhappy with stained or discolored teeth? Do you want to impress social acquaintances? Do you have a job interview and want to leave a positive lasting impression? A professional in-office teeth whitening procedure is certainly a great advantage.

Your Time Is Valuable

We all lead a busy lifestyle. Between work, our family, and social responsibilities, you don’t have time for an at-home treatment system. While you can achieve a dazzling smile at-home, these results take weeks to achieve. You also need to avoid staining foods and drinks while using these systems.

However, a professional in-office whitening process allows you to get back to enjoying these foods and beverages within two days. In just an hour or two, you can leave your dentist’s office with a dazzling, white smile.

Receive Safe and Comfortable Results

Sure, you can whiten your teeth at-home, but there are a few concerns. For one, you may be unaware of just how sensitive your teeth and gums are. At-home whitening systems may not be your best choice because they can irritate your teeth and gums. This is caused by leaving the treatment on too long, or it comes into direct contact with your gums. This leaves days of pain and uncomfortableness.

Wearing porcelain veneers, dental bonds, or even braces is not a challenge for your dentist. Trying to find the perfect system at-home to use can have adverse effects on these dental items. Your dentist can target troublesome stains and areas of the teeth you may not notice. This gives you a total confident smile.

Your dentist is specially trained to use the latest innovative techniques with teeth whitening procedures. An in-office procedure is considered a more comfortable and safe approach as your dentist can adjust the whitening strength needed for your perfect smile. Your unique needs are met, such as the desired color you want and adjusting the treatment if it feels uncomfortable. Your dentist will carefully ensure the whitening agents are not exposed to your sensitive gums. They even have desensitizers for thorough protection.

Stains that are Best Removed with In-Office Whitening

Some stains just aren’t able to be removed with any whitening process. If you have experienced trauma to your teeth or have overexposure to fluoride, you may not be a candidate for teeth whitening.

However, organic stains caused by consumption of red wine, coffee, dark colored fruits and veggies and tobacco use are treatable with whitening procedures. Even discolored teeth due to aging are treatable.

If you’re looking to boost your confidence, you may be an excellent candidate for an in-office teeth whitening plan. For more information on a professional in-office teeth whitening treatment and discover if it’s best for you, contact us today.

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